Choices—Manage Them or Be Managed By Them—Your Choice
The majority of people focus on managing time, which is a misunderstanding of metaphysics—a.k.a. Universal Laws. The Universal Laws are all inter-related and are founded on the understanding that everything is energy, including humans, and that energy moves in a circular fashion. At the microscopic level, we are a whirling mass of electrons and energy atoms spinning rapidly. In fact, everything in the world is comprised of energy and we are intimately connected with this vast sea of energy, a sea of whirling electrons.
Your beliefs, thoughts, feelings, words and actions are all forms of energy. What you choose to believe, think, feel, say and do in each moment comes back to you to create your reality. Energy moves in a circle, so what goes around comes around. The combined beliefs, thoughts, feelings, words and actions of everyone on the planet creates our collective consciousness. Your choices create the world you see.
The good news is, because your beliefs, thoughts, feelings, words and actions create the world around you, you have the power to create the world you desire—peace, harmony, and abundance in spite of what others do or do not do. In order to do this, it is essential that you learn to choose your beliefs, thoughts, emotions and actions to create the reality you desire.
In order to maintain a high level of home and work efficiency, it is imperative you manage your choices. It might seem crazy that what you choose to focus your attention on can make a huge impact on your daily accomplishments, however, it does.
The Gallop Corporation reported that fewer than 45 percent of workers are fully engaged in their jobs at any given time. This means that at any given time 55 percent of workers are dis-engaged in their jobs.
One of the key reasons is the number of interruptions individuals encounter every day. At work and at home, your life is filled with deterrents of all varieties, causing you to break concentration on what you are doing to focus on something someone else thinks is important now.
To maintain or increase efficiency, you need to reduce unnecessary, often self-imposed, demands so that you can spend the required focus and energy on what is most important to accomplish your goals and/or commitments. You need to accept that ultimately you are the only one responsible for what you choose to focus your attention toward.
There are three (3) poignant and effective choices to maintain or increase your efficiency and success:
-Make a list of your current commitments and due dates.
-Ask yourself if these are the priorities you most want or need to accomplish
-Divide large tasks into small, incremental steps
-Set up a systematic plan to complete the tasks by the due date
-Say, ‘No’ to non-essential tasks while focusing on each priority item
-Volunteer for one-time projects, avoid multi-year commitments
-Hire services; such as: grocery, dry cleaning, and laundry delivery; lawn and pool service
-Work-life balance is achieved through organization, sans overbooking; thereby scheduling work and home activities each day that you truly enjoy.
Everything in life is a choice—choose well.